the second stage of the first phase of which consists of 7 station last month opened until Turkey's first driverless metro which will be commissioned in June Umraniye
The section of the Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Sancaktepe Line, built by the Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality, up to Ümraniye was put into service last month. which it is Turkey's first driverless metro line 7 runs in the second stage consisting station announced the completion of works. The new stage will be commissioned in June.
The first phase of the metro line, which consists of 20 kilometers and 16 stations, with 10.5 kilometers up to Ümraniye, includes 9 stations, Üsküdar, Fıstıkağacı, Bağlarbaşı, Altunızade, Kısıklı, Bulgurlu, Ümraniye, Çarşı, Yamanevler. The metro line is integrated with Marmaray in Üsküdar, Yenikapı-Hacıosman and all other metro lines from Marmaray, and Metrobüs in Altunizade. The line is planned to be extended to Sabiha Gökçen Airport in the coming periods. With the new metro line, it takes 27 minutes from Sancaktepe to Üsküdar, 15.5 minutes to Ümraniye, 62 minutes to Kartal, 39 minutes to Yenikapı, 47 minutes to Taksim, 71 minutes to Hacıosman, 71 minutes to Atatürk Airport and The Olympic Stadium can be reached in 81 minutes.
3.5 BILLION WILL EXCEED LIRA
The total cost of the Üsküdar-Ümraniye-Sancaktepe Line was announced as 3.5 billion liras. With the line with a capacity of 700 thousand passengers per day, the rail system line in Istanbul has reached 160 kilometers. In Istanbul, where 267 kilometers of rail system investment continues, this figure is expected to reach one thousand 2023 kilometers in 23. In 2014, the length of the rail system line in Istanbul was only 45 kilometers.
Source : www.takvim.com.t is